Astronomy, Black Holes, ESO
30 Jul , 2018 by Matt Williams
For the first time in history, Einstein’s theory of General Relativity was confirmed by observing a star orbiting the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy
Astronomy, milky way
10 Jun , 2018 by Matt Williams
Using 12 years of data from the W.M. Keck Observatory, a team of astronomers discovered mystery objects near the center of the galaxy that could be “puffy” stars
31 May , 2018 by Matt Williams
An international team of scientists recently created a unified model that shows what happens when stars are consumed by a Supermassive Black Hole.
Astronomy, Black Holes, milky way
12 May , 2018 by Matt Williams
Using data from the Chandra X-ray observatory, a team of scientists have found evidence that indicates that thousands of black holes may reside near the center of our galaxy.
27 Feb , 2018 by Matt Williams
An international team of astronomers recently conducted a study of the Milky Way center to determine why it has a comparatively low rate of star formation.
Astronomy, Black Holes
20 Feb , 2018 by Matt Williams
A team of Japanese astronomers conducted the first detailed observation of a dust and gas torus surrounding a supermassive black hole.
12 Jan , 2018 by Matt Williams
Thanks to a recent study by an international team of researchers, scientists now know why rapidly-spinning black holes blast out jets of charged particles.
Astronomy, Star Formation
2 Jan , 2018 by Matt Williams
A new study by a team of international astronomers has provided the first direct evidence that supermassive black holes affect star formation in their galaxies.
23 Dec , 2017 by Matt Williams
Looking to the center of our galaxy, astronomers noted the presence of a mysterious filament extending from the supermassive black hole located there.
8 Sep , 2017 by Matt Williams
A team of Chinese astronomers has just discovered two new hypervelocity stars, a rare type of star that is still a mystery to astronomers
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